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									Volume X                                                         OM Upd. No. 08-06
Policy Update                                                               5/1/08

MS 99782                    TAX REBATE CHECKS

   Starting in May, 2008 and continuing through the summer the U.S. Treasury will
   send tax rebate checks to more than 130 million individuals.

   A. For K-TAP cases, rebate checks are considered excluded income and
      resources.

   B. For Medicaid and Food Stamp cases, the rebate checks are considered in the
      following manner:

      1. In the month of receipt and the following two months rebate checks are
         considered excluded income and resources.
      2. Any proceeds from this rebate retained after the third month shall then be
         considered a resource.
      3. For vendor payment recipients, i.e., NF or Waiver cases, the funds must
         be disposed during the month of receipt or the following two months. Any
         funds remaining after that point will be a countable resource.

   Rebate checks will be subject to offset against outstanding tax and non-tax
   liabilities in the same fashion as regular tax refunds.

                                                    Patricia R. Wilson, Commissioner



                                       Volume II
    The following manual section is cross-referenced with this update:
           MS 5210


                                       Volume III
    The following manual section is cross-referenced with this update:
           MS 2510


                                       Volume IV
    The following manual sections are cross-referenced with this update:
          MS 4320 and MS 4385


                                      Volume IVA
    The following manual sections are cross-referenced with this update:
          MS 1880 and MS 2465


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